Colts GM on Josh McDaniels: We want someone ‘all in’

In a league that waits for no team, the Colts have but one option: move forward.

Jilted in jaw-dropping fashion on Tuesday by Josh McDaniels, who withdrew from an agreement to become Indy’s head coach to remain with the Patriots, the Colts find themselves searching for a replacement just weeks ahead of the NFL Scouting Combine.

Colts general manager Chris Ballard met with reporters on Wednesday to pick up the pieces, acknowledging the team was “disappointed and surprised” by the McDaniels bait-and-switch.

“He said he had bad news for me,” Ballard revealed. “I just said, I just needed a yes-or-no answer. ‘Are you in or out?’ We went around for a minute and he said he’s out, and I said, ‘OK. We’re going to move forward and I wish you the best of luck.'”

Ballard emphasized the franchise would quickly recover in its search for a coach to replace the fired Chuck Pagano.

“You can bet we’re going to get there. Unquestionably, we’re going to get there. We have a list of candidates — we’ve had them from the get go,” Ballard said. “We’ll move forward with them and

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